1837 Berlin Taxables

The following is a list of the taxable inhabitants of Berlin borough in the year 1837:
John Atcheson, Jr., weaver
John Autchbaugh
Solomon Baer, justice
Henry Baker
Ludwick Baker
Thos. Baldwin, wagonmaker
Elias Ball, cooper
Fred. Bedker, shoemaker
John and Geo. Beighley
John Brubaker, innkeeper
Elizabeth Burkhart
Arch. Compton, tailor
Geo. Conrad, carpenter
Sam. Conrad, gunsmith
Sarah Conrad
John S. Crawford, shoemaker
Polly Crawford
Solomon Denius, clergyman
Ph. Dorn
Ph. Dorn, tailor
Geo. Divelyís estate
Martin Dively, tanner
Mich. Dively, mason
Wm. F. Dively, Esq., tanner
Jas. Duncan
Clement Engle
Jas. Ferrell, mason
Wm. Fields
Andrew P. Finfrock, physician
John J. Finfrock, laborer
Adam Flamm
John Flickís estate
Jac. Flickinger, innkeeper
Geo. Fogle, mason
Peter Foustís estate
Fred. Gary, weaver
Caspar Gerhart, basketmaker
Henry Giesy
Ludwig Glessner
Sol. Glessner, tinner
John Gombert, laborer
Thos. Greenwood, teacher
Herman Gross
Jac. Ham, shoemaker
Henry J. Haneky, silversmith
Dav. Hartzel, saddler
George Heffley, blacksmith
John Heffley, tanner
Jos. Heffley, tailor
Peter Heffley
Sam. Heffley, tailor
Henry Hoelwig
Sam. Hofford, clockmaker
John L. Hook, wheelwright
Nich. Hullís estate
George Johnson, Esq.
John Johnson, joiner
Henry Johnston, joiner
Sam. Kidner, wagonmaker
Edward Kimmel
Jac. Kimmel, merchant
Peter Knepper, merchant
Simon Knepper, carpenter
Aaron Kriessingerís estate
Daniel Landis, shoemaker
Dav. Landis, shoemaker
John Lane, weaver
John P. Lane, mason
Peter Lane, saddler
widow Lehmer
Sarah McBee
Messersmithís estate
Jos. Metzger
Isaac Miller, hatter
Jac. G. Miller, merchant
Widow Millhouse
Alex. H. Philson, justice
Sam. Philson, merchant
James Plattís estate, merchant
John Probst, saddler
Mich. Ream, hatter
John Reel, cooper
Charles Rheese, clergyman
Henry Rink
George Rubright
Jac. Sheetz
Henry Shoemaker, tailor
John H. Smith, cabinetmaker
William Stahl, laborer
Henry Statler, joiner
Jonathan E. Stauffer, teacher
Caspar Stiernagle, cooper
Charles Stoner, blacksmith
Frederick Swope, shoemaker
John P. Walker
Sam. Waters, tanner
George Weigle, mason
Jas.Weigle
Daniel Weyant
Henry Young
Charles Zornís estate
Jac. Zorn, mason
Mich. Zorn, mason
Single freemen:
John Autchbaugh, chairmaker
John Baldwin, wagonmaker
Nelson Clay, clerk
Samuel Dively, mason
John Duncan
Dan. Heffley, watchmaker
Annanias Hiffle
Adam Hoelwig
George Johnston, tinner
George W. Kennedy, saddler
John O. Kimmel, merchant
Charles Kriesinger, clerk
Joseph Kriesinger
George Rink, tinner
Levi Schoomaker, tailor
Noah Stoner, blacksmith
Fred. Suter, shoemaker

(Source: History of Bedford, Somerset & Fulton Counties, PA; 1884)




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